Jaime and Mark have a love for all things Scottish, both because of Mark’s Scottish heritage and the many books they have read and loved together over the years. Mark also wore a Grant tartan kilt when he proposed to Jaime so when it came to choosing a destination location for their wedding, bonnie Scotland was always in their hearts. This small intimate celebration captured by Casey Connell Photography was held in the historic Urquhart Castle on Loch Ness and embraced all things Scottish with Mark adding a sporran and knife to his attire, the couple walking to the music of the Scottish bag pipes and a hand fastening ceremony in the rain. Jaime’s dress is just so original and beautiful on her – this couple really did it their own way. Another beautiful touch was the drinking from a Quaich ceremony, an old Scottish tradition where a fine whiskey is enjoyed from a two handled, shallow bowl. For us, this is what destination weddings are about – merging your own heritage with local customs and traditions.


Photographer: Casey Connell Photography | Venue: Urquhart Castle | Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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